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  1. Unfortunately not, it look like this: https://www.sageappliances.com/uk/en/parts-accessories/parts/sp0001789.html
  2. Looking for one for a friend who bought a cheap second hand machine assuming he would be able to get the hopper, but it's turning out to be harder than he expected.
  3. Hi @Milanski Not really at the moment, the printer hasn't been used in a while so isn't set up. If I get any more printed off in the future I'll let you know.
  4. The VBM is capable of better coffee, and when the beans are fresh and the grind dialled in just right it makes a killer espresso. But it's easier to get a bum cup as well, weather the water is the wrong temp (It has a brew group thermometer) or the puck fractures I often just deal with the sub-par coffee if I'm in a rush. The Flair is incredibly repeatable, often only requiring small adjustments (if any) between beans - it can't match the pressure of a full machine but the good and repeatable shots it produces are better than the average ones out of the VBM.
  5. Hey @MoT I actually created a topic with a detailed explanation of how to fix:
  6. MoT

    Hi Dylan,

    sending you this message again in case if you missed the previous one: wondering how you fixed the issue with dial slippage in your Aergrind? you mentioned briefly in a post here that by replacing an o-ring? Which o-ring you meant and how did you do that. would appreciate more details on this?  Thanks

  7. Hm, fair enough - it seems to be a feature of every other forum I have ever been on (not necessarily a html editor, but at least an 'advanced' editor you can change the code that effects the formatting) - and regardless of how well implemented the forum is they still come in useful from time to time. For example when making a post with several quotes, being able to customise the user field can be useful for an explanatory post, you might wish to make the quote from "A user on HB Forum" for example. I'm sure you could one-by-one implement such features into the normal reply box but why do this when these outlier cases can be solved with an advanced editor? Keeping things clean is IMHO a poor excuse, it's easier to make a rule about hard to read or gawdy posts and enforcing it - other forums with advanced editors have very little to no misuse of the editor even without such a rule.
  8. @Tait Also can I delete one of my own posts if (like above) I make a double post?
  9. Hey @Tait There aren't really any details to PM, on I think every other forum I have ever visited there is a regular reply box as we are all used to and then an 'advanced' editor which allows you to edit the html or other type of code that defines the formatting of the post. Do you understand what I mean? I can grab screen shots from other forums if you like? Or is there a reason you don't actually want to implement an advanced/code editor?
  10. @Tait Any response on an advanced editor for replies?
  11. @Tait Did you see any of my questions about an 'advanced' editor so we can see the html and adjust it ourselves if there is any weirdness from (for example) copy and paste?
  12. This may have already been covered but is there a way to have unread content only show topics with new content once - rather than once for each new post in that topic? When it's busy some things seem to get buried quite quickly.
  13. Your customer is actually Magneto.
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